Transcript for ZZ Ward opens up about having to cancel her sold-out tour amid coronavirus pandemic
We have a special musical guest with us this morning. We are joined by chart-topping singer and song writer, zz ward live from Los Angeles. Her last album, "The storm," debuted at number one. Thank you so much for joining us, and I want to ask. You kicked off a U.S. Tour. Soldout dates all around the nation. Then everything got postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. What are you doing to keep yourself busy now that you are at home, and in isolation? Well, we're all in this together. I have been home, you know, I have been home working on finishing my record, and I have also been creating some really fun recipes while I have been in quarantine here in L.A. So that's been, you know, we have a lot of time to cook now. So it's definitely been getting into cooking more. Same. There's nothing else to do, right? You released three new songs this year. Tell us about your new music. Yeah. So I put out two songs earlier this year, and we decided to put a new one out today, and I'm share it with you guys because I think, you know, we're all asking ourselves right now what we can do to help, and for me, this is a song that I can kind of give to people to share some hope with them. So the new one I'm going to play
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